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Minton, Phil / Dieb13: With, Without

Label: Klanggalerie
Product Code: 29527
Catalog Code: GG342
Country: Germany
 
Price: $17.95



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Combining concerts from a number of festivals and venues between 2009 & 2017, this album presents the best of the collaboration between London free improvising vocalist Phil Minton and Austrian turntablist and experimenter Dieb13, each of them masterfully unleashed in overwhelmingly creative, outlandish, sometimes frightening/sometimes uproarious, truly unique music.


Namtchylak, Sainkho / Ned Rothenberg / Dieb13: Antiphonen

Label: Klanggalerie
Product Code: 29526
Catalog Code: GG339
Country: Germany
 
Price: $17.95



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The first meeting for the trio of Tuvan free improvising vocalist & throat singer Sainkho Namtchylak, saxophonist Ned Rothenberg and turntablist Dieb13, captured in performance at Music Unlimited 33, at Alter Schlachthof Wels, Austria in 2019 for 2 improvisations — the 40 minute "Shave and a Haircut" and the 11 minute "Two Bits" — in incredibly creative and formidable music.


Entr'acte: Soigne Ta Droite

Label: Audiographic Records
Product Code: 28294
Catalog Code: AGR-017
Country: USA
 
Price: $14.95



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Ken Vandermark's first large ensemble recording in more than four years brings together ten vanguard improvisers in acoustic and ea-improv forms--Dieb13, Elisabeth Harnik, Steve Heather, Terrie Hessels, Didi Kern, Mette Rasmussen, Jasper Stadhouders, Joe Williamson, and Nate Wooley--recording 3 long-form compositions live in concert, dedicated in sequence to musician Ikue Mori, sculptor Richard Serra, and painter, poet & typographist Francis Picabia.